Good Vibrations: Electronic Bodysuit Helps Patients With Nerve Disorders

Good Vibrations: Electronic Bodysuit Helps Patients With Nerve Disorders
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The Elektrodress started out as a concept on the Swedish TV show "Dragon's Den", and will help individuals improve mobility and relaxation.

Yi Chen
  • 9 february 2012


The Elektrodress is a full bodysuit that helps patients recover from neurological disorders such as Parkison’s disease, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatism. Invented by Fredrik Lundqvist, a Swedish chiropractor, the suit is embedded with a series of electrodes that vibrate to stimulate muscles. Through sessions with a qualified therapist, the rehabilitative suit has helped individuals improve mobility and relaxation.

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